guests check into a Smart Hotel, they get more than a smile from the
concierge and a mint on their pillow. The guests hotel room "knows" exactly
how warm the room has to be be and how the lighting should be. It welcomes
them with a personal message on their television. It even loads their most
frequently dialed numbers onto the phone.
And the bellhop
did not have to do a thing.
At the high-end
hotels, computer systems which connect individual rooms to network servers
can now keep track of guests' preferences and change the room conditions
systems can learn whether a frequent guest likes the lights dimmed, the
curtains closed or the room toasty warm. They can also personalize the
electronics in the room so that the music of John Coltrane, for instance,
greets jazz buffs when they enter their rooms. Meanwhile, sensors in
refrigerators alert maids when the mini-bar is running low on Coca-Cola.
The possibilities are endless limited only by your imagination while we can
transform the imagination into reality.